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. >> a nonprofit based in baltimore says think efforts are praised what -- praiseworthy, but she says more can be done to help distressed families. relief averages about $79,000 per family. so far, the state has received more than $224 million from the settlement. more than 79,000 maryland families are still at risk of losing their homes. more should be done to help these families, like more principle reductions instead of short sales. >> that is not the kind of relief we want to see. we want banks to negotiate the loan so that people have more affordable mortgages and can stay in their houses. >> they are working to make mortgage data more apparent -- more transparent, as well as creating a state homeowner and bill of rights. >> we want to do everything we can to get it right and make sure things are held accountable for their past actions, and make sure they cannot do it again in the future. >> , to find out if you are eligible for any of the money, contact the state attorney's office or the maryland hope hot line. wbal-tv 11 news. >> the steel mill could once again be up for grabs. if the m
. in a statement, they explain why everything ended. they say the baltimore county police department thoroughly investigate all charges. in this case, and no force was used during the encounter. maryland law is very specific about criteria for charges to be brought in a sexual assault case and those required elements are not in this case. also when juveniles engaging in sexual activity, a certain age difference must be present in order for the act to be a crime. that is not present in this case. the parents did meet with the school principal who promised she would take action. the parents will keep their daughter out of school temporarily until this is all result. wbal-tv 11 news. >> police say a mother left five small children alone in a hotel room while she committed a robbery. she is facing a long list of charges including five counts of confining an unattended trout. she and another man entered a hotel room and demanded money. police obtained a key from the employee and found five children ranging in ages from four months to six years old. they are being cared for by a relative. and what st
-tv 11 news. >> a suspicious death is being investigated tonight in north baltimore. just before 8:30 this morning, police responded to the 3600 block of old york road to find a man suffering from a gunshot wound. and parents of a baltimore county teenager are furious after they say their special needs daughter was sexually assaulted during school hours. >> police that in baltimore county did began an investigation into that alleged assault, but then they decided to stop. that, of course, upset the parents. >> it is absolutely wrong. >> that is the reaction of a 15- year-old -- of the father of a 15-year-old special needs students who they say was assaulted by an older male student. >> it is a safety issue. >> the investigation ended without charges being filed. >> they do not want to handle it. in their words, there's nothing they can do. there is no credible act, they said. and that is it. according to the parents, the alleged act happened shortly after their daughter got off the bus. in portable bathrooms, that is where the girl alleges sex acts occurred. the parents say that it
... i'm jeff barnd.and i'm jjnnifer &pgilbeet. a protest against baltimore city police. community outrage tonight, as policeeprobe the death of a man who died in cust. custody. keiih daniels,... live... in... east baltimore.../ where... dozens ralliedd.. against.... what ...they call... another case... of... police brutality../ keith. keith.. jeff ad jennifer..... thh community has put this cross.. with balloons on the spot where they say a policee officcr confronted anthonn anddrson..he was 46. they say that confrontation may have cost anderson his life..... and the community was back here today.....to lift their voices against the police. pooice. 3& it's a crowded corner a north mootford and east biddle stteets.... anthony anderson's family and friendd are thhre with several community activist groups.. proteeting.. rallying against baltimore city police...(ááánats uu full: "these ooficers need to be charged wwth murdeer..."ááá) ......cclling for the indictment of the fficer who confronted andersoon
of rain pushing in around bel air and baltimore. a little closer around towson we are seeing a couple lightning strikes with this as well. all this is beginning to slide off toward the east. it will be crossing the bay. as we zoom in closer, you can see more showers around lake shore and arnold. so as we head intoan arundel county you are getting heavier rein across the area. this will be across the eastern shore in moments. so rock hall getting in on light rain and get in on a heavier batch as we go through time. behind that, we will dry out and we have another chance for showers as we work our way into the afternoon. this morning, temperatures are mild all you need is the umbrella as you head out and about. let's check the apartment bc2 timesaver -- abc2 timesaver traffic. >> reporter: we are dealing with rain. so be extra careful as you head out. no delays on the jfx heading into the city. looking at an 11-minute ride traveling southbound from 695 down to fayette street. everything will remain up to speed through the fort mchenry tunnel as well as the harbor tunnel. as we check in
on traffic pulse 11. >> the family of a baltimore city man is looking for answers after he dies following an encounter with a police. >> jennifer franciotti is live downtown with more on this. how did this happen? >> this unfolded on friday night. family members said he died on friday night after a confrontation with police. they claim he was on his way to his granddaughter's birthday party when officers assaulted him. a number of family members witnessed the event. there is a different story. they caught anderson in a drug deal. >> observed him put some type of narcotics in his mouth. they placed him under arrest for that and took a into police custody. he started complaining about discomfort and pain. it was believed he ingested some of the drugs he had and he was choking on them. >> anderson did died a short time later. the officers involved in the arrest have been suspended with pay. police say the investigation is standard any time something like this happens. the family is considering a wrongful death lawsuit. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the new police commissioner is s
. >> [inaudible] so much better. >> she is so improved we can hear her speak. more good news for the baltimore mom shot earlier this year. >> and the orioles tonight but the yankees just three outs losing in minnesota. this is why we love the end ofs. >> counterfeiter with desktop technology. >> don't fall for fake tickets. how to spot a playoff scam. the news starts right now. >> in the blink of an eye a woman's life was changed. someone shot her paralyzing her from the neck down. she survived but she faces a daily struggle to recover. tonight she has a new tool to help make it easier. >> it takes just the slightest movement of her eyes and she is reconnected with the world. the eight thousand dollar piece of equipment allows her to e- mail, text, surf the web, skype everything that a person who could type could do. >> she gets online or facebook, seeing her friends you can see her face light up. >> reporter: to use her old computer she had to move her entire head which was exhausting because of the shooting which left her paralyzed from the neck down. >> it helps me to be able to ta
phil comes to mind. believe it or not, baltimore has its own forecasting crustacean. mike masco is here to tell bus baltimore bill. >> yeah, baltimore bill, the weather predicting crab was at the inner harbor. bill is known as a weather expert. he was born with one claw raised out of the water, which allows him to detect warm currents. we have our baltimore bill. he joined us to give us an idea of what the weather will look like over the next seven weeks. apparently it's going to be an early winter. >> i always think to maryland's most powerful, satellites. we'll see how the predisix come -- prediction comes through. baltimore bill predicting a colder than average winter and maybe snow. >>> we have new developments in a murder investigation that could have gone cold. 236-year-old eric pen der grass was found dead in 2009. police have made an arrest. 31-year-old sherell ferguson is facing murder charges. the cause of the death was ruled to be asphyxiation. ferguson is being held at central booking and awaiting trial. >> in a bid to head off confusion in the future, a carroll county commi
behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. lace up yoor running shoes... itts ttme to hit the pavement. the marian house 5k race s takkng place this saturday. saturday.emily gracey joins us live for thhs morning hometown coming up. - how caa people prrpare for the race?- what is the recommended age group for the r? race? phe marian hhose 5k race to embrace saturddy september 29th. at for more information log on to - foxxbaltimore dot com slash morning. 33 3 33 3 3 3 3 coming up... a redit caad refundd.. could be coming your way.we'll &pexplain why... and how much yoo can expect to get back. 3plus a new aw... nspireddby the reality show "jersey shore."what the "snooki-ville" law entails....and where it could soon go into effect. you're waaching fox 45 morning nees.. all local.. all mooning. ((breaa 2)) excus
at the baltimore washington parkway. we're told two people were taken to the hospital when it was all over. the truck spilled 150 gallons of diesel fuel. crews have been cleaning it up now. right now all outer loops are open, lanes are open, that is, but traffic is still backed up. >>> yesterday we told you about a woman convicted on domestic abuse charges for repeatedly assaulting her ex-boyfriend. today a d.c. judge sentenced karen young to 180 days in jail, but all but seven days will be suspended. so she's not going to spend very much time behind bars. young will also serve one year of probation and undergo mental health evaluations and assessments and be tested for drugs and alcohol. >>> still to come on 9news iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad lashes out at israel while addressing the united nations today. >> is your utility bill about to go up? pepco wants to jung your rates and some folks aren't too happy -- jump up your rates and some folks aren't too happy about that. >> and right after the break remembering entertainer andy williams. ♪ it's the most wonderful time of the ye
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